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(physics) a section of a plasma having a characteristic shape
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  • The plasmoid lay there some inches from the side of her hand.

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  • Then he touched the plasmoid, and it fed the whole charge back to him.

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  • She placed the plasmoid on the towel, wiped her hands and stepped back from it.

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  • Then, suddenly, in front of me, there stands a plasmoid snatcher.

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  • It's as weird a collection of low-grade life-forms as I've ever seen, but not plasmoid.

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  • He picked her up, plasmoid purse and all, and set her down on the front seat.

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  • The main item in his report to her had been the significance of the 112-113 plasmoid unit.

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  • The first subject in the series was beginning to understand the plasmoid.

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  • Then he devoted his full attention to learning what the plasmoid was trying to say.

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  • The plasmoid had established contact with human beings because it needed their help.

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